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Oxford Street Therapy Centre
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Book a massage this summer with Aleksandra for only £25.00 for a 60 minute appointment. Call 01933 224454
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Aromatherapy Massage available with Den Richardson or Shirley Marriott. Call 01933 224454 to book in 6 days a week.
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Meet the Podiatry / Chiropody Team. Call 01933 224454 to book in now.
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Meet the McTimoney Chiropractic Team with Lianne Schofield and Mike Ejenas
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Meet the Acupuncture Team with Dominic Rushmore and Jose Lacey
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Tui Na is a simple yet highly effective form of manipulation and systematic massage therapy based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It has been practised and used in China for thousands of years. Dominic
Rushmore is offering sessions for only £30 for bookings during August.
Call 01933 224454 to book your appointment
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The depressing thing about anti-depressants.

It is well known that over recent years there has been a significant increase in the numbers of people being prescribed antidepressants by their GP. It is clear that many people find benefits in using these medications. However, whatever the reasons that lie behind the increase in their use, or indeed the assistance they can bring, there are other questions which trouble many people who take these anti-depressants (they are often called SSRI's, although there are a number of different kinds of anti-depressants with a range of different names.

How long should I continue taking them, and how do I manage to come off them?

These are not simple questions - there is not very much guidance on how long to continue taking them (some people are advised to stay on them for life!) and information about reducing and coming off them is not published in the main pharmaceutical guide! Of course, pharmaceutical companies have a direct interest in people continuing to use their products, and so it is often the case that people are left to find out for themselves how to reduce or eliminate their tablets. It has been well documented that this causes problems in its own right and many people end up going back onto the tablets because they experience further symptoms, which are actually a side effect of stopping the very tablets they took to stop the depression!

The counsellors and psychotherapists at Oxford Street therapy centre have experience of working with people who use such medications and are able to offer support and advice on ways to achieve your goals and to reduce or eliminate your need for medication.

Dr Phil Anthony
Senior lecturer; Psychotherapist.
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